MENTORS

KIMBERLEY FREEMAN – PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT EXPERT

Kimberley Freeman is Executive Officer for Public Engagement, and Manager of the Centre for Public Engagement at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Kimberley also runs the London SciComm Socials, in collaboration with Mary-Clare Hallsworth and Dr Steve Cross. Kimberley has worked in public engagement and science communication for over 7 years, having previously been Partnership Communications Manager at the Medical Research Council (MRC), Public Engagement Manager at UCL, and Public Engagement and Publications Co-ordinator at The Royal College of Pathologists. Kimberley is also obsessed by plastic jewellery, cocktails, and vintage sci-fi, and shares her obsessions on kimberleysjewelleryjournal.com. You can follow her on Twitter at @Kim0006. You can follow the London SciComm Socials on Twitter at @SciCommSocLDN

SARAH COX – COMMS MANAGER

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Sarah was a press officer at Queen Mary, University of London for three and a half years and led communications for the university’s super successful anatomy museum, Barts Pathology, in her spare time. She’s been press officer for Goldsmiths since 2014, scoring lots of national and international media coverage for research and researchers, including several remarkably accurate Mail Online articles. Sarah is Communications Manager for Science Showoff, an occasional performer, and a theatre writer for various publications. She has a Masters degree in International Relations and Asia Pacific Studies (but has never been to Asia) and really, really, regrets dropping out of Psychology A-Level after getting a C.

ELISE BRAMICH – PODCAST PRODUCER AND MEDIA TRAINER

elisebElise is a freelance TV/digital producer who currently works in comedy development. She’s worked on heaps of funny factual TV including Dave’s Dara O Briain’s School of Hard Sums, Channel 4’s Gadget Man, and the BBC YouTube science series BritLab. She devised the Never Explain comedy science panel show podcast with Steve, and shoots and directs sketches for online. She’s yet another regretful humanities graduate geeking out on all the popular science the internet and Science Showoff has to offer.